Film Construction adds Sydney based Director Aimée-Lee Xu Hsien Curran to roster 

Aimée-Lee is a Chinese-Irish-Australian writer and director, with a French name. Her unique brand of offbeat comedy comes from her wicked sense of humour. She is a dedicated actor’s director and loves working closely with talent to craft moving performances.

“This is the fourth female director to join our current roster. And what a dynamic, talented filmmaker to add,” says Executive Producer Belinda Bradley.

“Aimée-Lee’s work is fresh, playful and honest. Being an exciting new face to the New Zealand industry, we are confident Aimée-Lee will quickly gain fans in our creative community.”

She loves to explore character and elevate reality through richly detailed production design, bringing a lavish visual style to even the most humble stories (and budgets). Her work is exuberant, irreverent and full of heart.

Aimée-Lee’s commercial work includes TVCs for CommBank, PayPal, H&M and Ad Standards. She recently directed a six-camera broadcast event for TikTok.

Her short film, Jump, has screened at over 25 international film festivals and won Best Short Film at the Academy Award-accredited Palm Springs International ShortFest, Provincetown International Film Festival and Blue Mountains Film Festival.

Season Two of the web series Syd2030, directed by Aimée-Lee, won Best International Web Series at the LA Film, TV & Webisode Festival, the Melbourne WebFest and Dublin WebFest.

Aimée-Lee has directed music videos for a host of Aria-award nominated artists, including Lime Cordiale, Thundamentals, Hellions, and Ruby Boots. Her clip for Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys’ 5AM’ won Best Narrative at the Clipped Music Video Festival 2020.

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